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There’s been lots of talk and discussion lately on the lack of female-led superhero films (especially when Black Widow is poised for one right now), but the animated market does provide room for said films. While the title gives Punisher … Continue reading
Story: Nathan Edmondson Art: Phil Noto Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel Behind the cut is a review for Black Widow, volume 5, issue 1. There are light spoilers for this issue, but none for future issues. If you’d like to go in complete … Continue reading
East of West, Volume 1: The Promise Story: Jonathan Hickman Art: Nick Dragotta Colors: Frank Martin Letters: Rus Wooton Publisher: Image Yes, yes, I know I’m late to the party. I’ve had so many other comics on my pull list … Continue reading
There will be light spoilers for the wholly ignorant, but anyone with a passing knowledge of the premise should be good to go!
I’ve been keeping up with the Battle of the Atom event and decided to give it a review midway through the arc. There will be some light spoilers, so please keep that in mind before clicking the jump!
Let’s just get this out of the way first: yes, there are bronies. Some of them are really weird. Now we move on. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic has obviously made an impact in pop culture lately, and even … Continue reading
I wasn’t a big fan of the Kick-Ass comics. I read them in 2010 when a preview for Kick-Ass caught my attention and I wanted to read the source material beforehand. The shock value of the title was a novelty … Continue reading
It’s been a rough couple of years for the Marvel comics properties not being made into films by the juggernaut that is Marvel Studios. The Amazing Spider-Man and X-Men: First Class made money, obviously, but when compared to the success … Continue reading
Not only did we get to see Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. at Comic Con 2013, but right before the panel began, we scored tickets to the same night’s screening of the Agent Carter one-shot. They took our phones/cameras at the door, … Continue reading